Lauren Oseland, Graduate Research Assistant
Lauren Oseland, M.S. is a graduate research assistant and doctoral student in marriage and family therapy at Kansas State University. She earned her master's degree in marriage and family therapy from Oklahoma State University in 2014. Lauren's clinical and research interests center on the impact and treatment of trauma and trauma-related disorders in the context of couple and family systems. Her work has also expanded to international trauma, as she serves as a consultant for a non-profit organization in Haiti who serve abused and neglected children. Lauren's clinical, research, and service objectives are to address impasses created by the paradoxical effects of trauma within individual, family, and community systems.